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By midimachine on May 24, 2020 12:43 pm

pc-music esque bubblegum bass! all the synths and drums are FL's built in 3xOsc softsynth. originally the idea was to have the whole structure and arrangement controlled with a single X-Y controller but i got bored of trying to make that work and then added vocals smile

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May 25, 2020 7:02 am

dance e e e e e e  e e e !

May 27, 2020 7:05 pm

Shinny Mega POP sound!  Great vocals.  How did you process?

May 27, 2020 11:41 pm
NWSPR wrote:

Shinny Mega POP sound!  Great vocals.  How did you process?

ty! transposed down 2 tones/400 cents and dropped the tempo to record. then when i was done recording, shifted the vox back to the original key and moved the formant up some. then gate > comp > EQ > chorus/microshift (25% wet) > delay > maximiser

June 2, 2020 10:09 pm
midimachine wrote:
NWSPR wrote:

Shinny Mega POP sound!  Great vocals.  How did you process?

ty! transposed down 2 tones/400 cents and dropped the tempo to record. then when i was done recording, shifted the vox back to the original key and moved the formant up some. then gate > comp > EQ > chorus/microshift (25% wet) > delay > maximiser

Wow! So cool.  I got lots to learn smile

June 6, 2020 12:00 pm
midimachine wrote:
NWSPR wrote:

Shinny Mega POP sound!  Great vocals.  How did you process?

ty! transposed down 2 tones/400 cents and dropped the tempo to record. then when i was done recording, shifted the vox back to the original key and moved the formant up some. then gate > comp > EQ > chorus/microshift (25% wet) > delay > maximiser

Thats a really neat trick.......

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